Walks and hikes
Our walks are guided by local hikers knowledgeable in tradition, history, legend and mystical Tepoztec culture, through trails unknown to tourists. Our guides will transfer you by vehicle to each route’s starting point.
Paso del Aire.
2 to 2.5 hours, from 7 to 8 km, medium difficulty
We begin our hike in the Camino de Los Conejos until we reach a 25 meter high canyon, which we ascend with the support of branches and stones, up to 2,200 meters above sea level, to a privileged viewpoint with the Pyramid of the Tepozteco below us.
Cerro de la Luz.
3 to 4 hours, 7 km, medium difficulty
25 minutes from Amomoxtli by car, we begin the journey to the highest point of Tepoztlan, touching base in 4 viewpoints, and reaching the largest volcanic tunnels in Latin America.
Valle de Atongo
3 to 3.5 hours, 9 km, medium difficulty
Interesting tour of the Cerro de los Venaditos, a beautiful hill, passing 4 viewpoints and crossing the reserve where some days it’s possible to observe deer in their natural habitat; the discovery of cave paintings is something exceptional.
San Juan Tlacotenco
3 to 3.5 hours, from 7 to 8 km, extreme difficulty
We will travel by car 25 minutes to reach the starting point. Relatively simple ascent with view from 3 viewpoints, with a challenging descent on steep slopes and access to natural pools during the rainy season. We return around the back of Tepoztlan.
From 1 to 1.5 hours, no difficulty
We start by walking through the Center of Tepoztlan, passing through the former Convent, the Carlos Pellicer Museum, the Parish of the Nativity, and the Artisan Market, to finish in the craft workshop of your choice: Pochote wood decorative pieces, typical bakery or Palos de Lluvia, musical rain sticks.
The Head of the Jaguar
2 to 2.5 hours, from 9 to 10 km, medium-high difficulty
Considered one of the points with more energy and magnetism worldwide and an ideal place to meditate. Along the way we can see recently discovered rock paintings.
The Head of the Jaguar and the Tepozteco Pyramid
2.5 to 3 hours, from 10 to 11 km, medium-high difficulty
Considered one of the points with more energy and magnetism worldwide and an ideal place to meditate. Along the way we can see recently discovered rock paintings. When we reach the mystic Árbol del Oso, we change paths until we reach the Tepozteco pyramid.
The Ancient Way
4.5 to 5 hours, from 15-17 km, medium-high difficulty
Our first stop will be the Cerro de la Luz, then we advance to enjoy 3 viewpoints, and we go down the old road to San Juan, passing through the energetic Paso del Aire, from there we go towards the Árbol del Oso, until we reach the archaeological zone of the Tepozteco with its pyramid.
From 2 to 3 hours, leaving 5 blocks from the market.
We ride, like the Plateados, a legendary revolutionary band of rebels, to MonteCastillo and around the Cerro Chalchitepetl until we reach the freeway.
From 1 to 1.5 hours, leaving by bicycle from Amomoxtli
We ride through the lower part of the Tepoztlan, on the Cordillera de los Venaditos until we reach the Paraje de la Presa, a beautiful site, and then we take the mandatory passage crossing rivers to La Canasta, renowned for its beauty.
From 1 to 1.5 hours, leaving in ATV from Amomoxtli
We ride to the outskirts of Tepoztlan and enjoy its unique landscapes. The route is for 2 people per ATV.